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Jesse Brossa

As a Surterre Properties agent, Jesse Brossa is able to give his clients a marked advantage over the competition by bringing to bear his former career in cutting-edge multimedia production and by leveraging Surterre Properties's global reach & exceptional marketing programs that sell homes.

"I tell everyone who will listen that it's never enough to simply post a listing to the MLS and hope for the best - you've got to leverage every marketing tool available to the maximum extent for your clients, which requires coordinating and directing photographers, web designers, programmers, copywriters, printers and advertisers and getting them to do what they do in half the normal time so your clients stay ahead of the curve."

Real estate has long been a theme in Jesse's life. For over two decades, his mother, Carol Brossa, was one of Orange County's most respected real estate professionals and his father, John, is a master home builder whose superb craftsmanship can be seen from California to Hawaii. Jesse continues to build on this legacy and gives his clients the assurance that whether they are buying or selling a property, they are working with a partner with a long-standing investment in the business of real estate.

"Living in Orange County is like being at the bow of a great ship - we are at the western edge of the United States and the Pacific stretches endlessly out in front of us. It's hard to overstate the power the landscape and environment exerts on the people who live and visit here. I mean, the Pacific Ocean is simply majestic; that edge where land meets water under the sun is invigorating, and continually suggests newness, reinvention, and freedom. Orange County certainly isn't the only place to live, but I think it is undeniably one of the greatest and I am continually honored to be representing clients here."

Jesse is a proud member of the National Association of Realtors, the Orange County Association of Realtors, the Surfrider Foundation, a supporter of the Orange County Performing Arts Center, and a Friend of the Starr Ranch Audubon Sanctuary in South Orange County.